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Metaphysical meaning of Jearim (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Jearim (mbd)
Jearim, je'-a-rim (Heb.)--thickets; forests; woods; overflowing; honeycombs; abundances.

A mountain on the northern border of Judah (Josh. 15:10). It was covered with woods.

Meta. Unifying thoughts in consciousness (thickets, woods, forests), raised to a high plane (mountain) of Truth realization, thus making union with Spirit mind; the result of this union with Spirit is a consciousness of abundance of good (overflowing honeycombs, abundances). (Trees represent the nervous system in man, and nerves are expressions of thoughts of unity. Trees signify connecting links between the heavens and the earth--the formless and the formed--and these connecting links are thoughts. It is through thought that we unify ourselves with God, Spirit, and with our outer organism and world.)

Preceding Entry: Jaziz
Following Entry: Jeatherai